sagaciabout to file a bug, is it ok to link to a screenshot of the bug?02:23
ali1234sagaci: you can add it as an attachment, then it won't get lost. but generally it's fine...02:54
ali1234sometimes i link to youtube videos of bugs :)02:55
ali1234make sure there's nothing private in the screenshot though02:55
sagacirighteo thanks, didn't even see the attachment link :P02:58
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somethingintereshi all, wanting to test a diff patch at https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/festival/+bug/778619 - how would a newbie such as myself go about applying the diff to test it? Thanks. Looked at the man pages already but looking for specific guidance on this case.09:37
ubot4Launchpad bug 778619 in festival (Ubuntu) "Festival TTS starts 'paused' for blocks of text (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [Undecided,New]09:37
trinikronohey is a triager around i believe i have a bug that can be triaged14:13
trinikronoits bug 835920 and i just added the bugwatch, that should be sufficient right?14:13
ubot4Launchpad bug 835920 in checkgmail (Ubuntu) (and 1 other project) "CheckGmail with 2-step verification doen't work (affects: 2) (dups: 1) (heat: 16)" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/83592014:13
charlie-tcatrinikrono: you should comment on the bug that you have triaged it and sent it upstream14:16
trinikronocharlie-tca: i just put one :D14:16
trinikronodo you think that it has enough info to be considered triaged?14:17
charlie-tcaOkay, I will mark it, then. Importance desired?14:17
charlie-tcasure, it is upstream already, right? also it has a duplicate, which confirms it.14:17
charlie-tcaThanks for working on bugs. It does help!14:18
trinikronocharlie-tca: i would say low because it does not seem to be affecting a lot of users, only people wanting to use two step auth14:19
charlie-tcaI can agree with that.14:20
trinikronothanks charlie-tca14:22
charlie-tcaYou are welcome.14:23
trinikronocharlie-tca: if you are not busy can you look at bug 76239214:42
ubot4Launchpad bug 762392 in nautilus (Ubuntu) "Nautilus Crashes On Opening Directory With Large Number Of Files (affects: 1) (heat: 3)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/76239214:42
trinikronoi am thinking to tell the reporter to run nautilus from the command prompt and see what it says when it crashes14:42
trinikronoi saw this page also http://live.gnome.org/Nautilus/Development/Bugs14:44
trinikronowhere it says if nautilus crashes it makes a debug file14:45
charlie-tcaI would have the reporter do that. Then they can attach nautilus-debug-log14:46
charlie-tcabut, make sure to tell them to remove that .conf after or it will keep building the logs14:46
trinikronowhere does the log end up charlie-tca in the ~/ folder?14:58
charlie-tcaThat is where I think it will be, yes14:59
charlie-tcaIt should be in the same directory as the .conf file14:59
trinikronocharlie-tca: i put it too incomplete and asked for them to check out the wikipage and attach the file15:04
trinikronoso hopefully that would cover it for now15:04
trinikronosince apport did not collect anything useful15:04
charlie-tcayeah, that should be good15:05
charlie-tcaWithout something showing what is happening, it is not going to be possible to fix it15:05
trinikrono:D thanks i am off now charlie-tca15:06
charlie-tcaThank you for helping15:06
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denva-ingramHiya everyone, I have reported a bug but it seems that no one has a answer for, could anyone help me sort it out?19:20
denva-ingrambug is https://bugs.launchpad.net/linux/+bug/81614519:21
ubot4Launchpad bug 816145 in linux (Ubuntu) (and 1 other project) "Atheros AR5001 wireless card "wireless is disabled by hardware switch" (affects: 4) (dups: 1) (heat: 16)" [Medium,Incomplete]19:21
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xteejxEvening all!19:27
penguin42can someone set importance on bug 551432 - I won't do it myself because I'm one of the people suffering from it and I'm about out of ideas to debug it20:36
ubot4Launchpad bug 551432 in virt-manager (Ubuntu) "virt-manager create disk image with LVM hangs for ever (affects: 2) (heat: 12)" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/55143220:36
charlie-tcaOkay, what importance you want?20:38
penguin42well I guess it's either medium or low depending if virt-manager is a 'core application'20:40
penguin42(although for me it's a pit....)20:40
penguin42it's in main, so I guess it's core - Medium20:40
penguin42Thanks - it's time I learn't some more python :-(20:42
charlie-tcapython? No one said I have to learn python to do this now... ;)20:46
penguin42oh it's just virt-manager is written in python - and a window is falling down a crack somewhere and I don't understand why20:54
mdeslaurpenguin42: what virt-manager version are you getting that issue on?21:15
penguin42mdeslaur: 0.9.0-1ubuntu322:10
mdeslaurpenguin42: ah! thanks22:10
penguin42let me just gather that stuff you asked for22:11
penguin42ok, done - back in 10min22:16
* penguin42 returns22:23
penguin42mdeslaur: Would you expect virsh vol-list main    to give me something useful - it doesn't22:25
mdeslaurpenguin42: did you create the "main" pool? do you have any idea what /dev/main is?22:25
penguin42mdeslaur: It's an lvm2 volume group22:26
mdeslauroh, I see...are you storing stuff directly on lvm volumes?22:26
penguin42mdeslaur: In there are  'archhurd  crypt  debianvm  fedora13  fiddle2disk  more  server1a  server1a-lucid  testing' many of which are the disks used for VMs - yes22:26
mdeslaurhmm...I'm going to need to install a machine with some lvm volumes to try and reproduce this...a few people have mentioned problems with lvms before22:27
mdeslaurpenguin42: has it ever worked?22:28
penguin42mdeslaur: Yes, it worked great on Natty22:28
penguin42mdeslaur: I've been running with this setup for about 18months - since I got this machine22:28
mdeslaurpenguin42: I'll try and reproduce this as soon as I get back from vacation...sorry about that...22:30
penguin42mdeslaur: although I can't remember when I last created a VM was - probably a few months22:30
penguin42mdeslaur: That's fine - can you give me some suggestions as to where to look for more debug; what I don't get is virt-manager is creating the window but it's not getting mapped, so what should be causing it to get mapped?22:30
mdeslaurlet me look at the code, one sec22:33
mdeslaursomething is createvol.py is going wrong I guess22:35
penguin42yeh that's what I guessed - I've scattered debug prints everywhere and nothing seems to be exiting any of the functions early, the cleanup/finish functions aren't getting called22:37
mdeslaurpenguin42: what if you add "logging.debug("DAG: vol_class is %s" % self.vol_class)" to createvol.py line 4422:39
penguin42is line 44 the one after self.vol_class =   ?22:40
mdeslaurjust to see if it manages to get something sane there22:40
mdeslaurpenguin42: oh, can you also start virt-manager with "virt-manager --debug --no-fork" to see if that works any better?22:41
penguin422011-08-28 23:41:48,453 (createvol:46): DAG: vol_class is <class 'virtinst.Storage.LogicalVolume'>22:41
mdeslaurok, that's fine I guess22:42
penguin42mdeslaur: It happily gets all the way to the end of that function,22:42
penguin42mdeslaur: I think I might see what's going on22:45
mdeslaurdo tell :)22:45
penguin42ok, I partially take that back - but I've got a change in behaviour22:45
mdeslaurby doing what?22:46
penguin42mdeslaur: I've got virsh vol-list to work, by changing the debug levels of lvm22:46
penguin42'New Volume' still isn't working - but at least it's now listing the volumes I had22:47
penguin42mdeslaur: It seems to be sensitive to the 'command_names' option in /etc/lvm/lvm.conf22:47
mdeslaurah, yeah...it's probably parsing the output of lvm tools, and is sensitive to configuration and/or redhat differences22:47
mdeslaurI'll need to reproduce this when I get back and go through it all22:48
penguin42mdeslaur: Yeuch parsing the output of the lvm commands is grim!22:48
mdeslaurso that would actually be in libvirt22:48
penguin42ok, but 'New Volume' still doesn't work any better22:48
penguin42but, that's work-aroundable since I can do it with LVM commands22:50
penguin42(which then makes me wonder if New Volume has ever worked there and I've always done it on lvm commands?)22:50
mdeslaurso...maybe you should get libvirt logging running and look in the libvirt logs...that would explain why virt-manager isn't printing anything useful22:51
penguin42mdeslaur: I did - the libvirt logs are HUGE22:51
mdeslaurvirt-manager is probably incorrectly handling data that libvirt is returning22:51
* penguin42 decides to start by filing a bug about the sensitivey to the 'command_names' lvm debug option22:52
penguin42it's an option in the lvm config file, so is a perfectly valid thing to use - although to be honest I'd expected that to change only the output of logging22:53
mdeslauryeah...storage_backend_logical.c in libvirt parses the output of various lvm commands22:56
* penguin42 grabs a bucket - surely there is an API for that22:56
penguin42or use udisks22:57
mdeslaurare you running en_US?22:57
penguin42oh dear that would get very messy22:58
mdeslauryeah, I think storage_backend_logical.c needs to be looked at to make sure all the regexes in there actually work with the tools we have in oneiric and will different locales23:00
penguin42if it's parsing the output of lvm commands it'll probably break just by thinking about it23:00
mdeslaurit probably doesn't handle spaces in filenames, that's for sure23:01
mdeslauranyway, I have to stop looking at this now...23:02
penguin42I think one of the bugs here is that the command_names option in lvm actually changes the output of the command, not (just?) the stuff that's logged - so I'd happily take that as an LVM bug23:02
penguin42mdeslaur: Thank you!23:02
mdeslaurnp, I'll take a look when I get back. thanks!23:04
penguin42mdeslaur: For reference bug 836329 is the sensitivty to command_names, I'm also going to mark it as affecting lvm and let the lvm and libvirt side fight out which one is wrong :-)23:04
ubot4Launchpad bug 836329 in libvirt (Ubuntu) "lvm volumes not listed if lvm has command_names option = 1 (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/83632923:04

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